Darryl Kirkland

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Brutal mobster Johnny Dio was notorious for his control of the Meat Packing and Garment Center unions. Dio ordered the blinding (lye in the face) of news reporter Victor Reisel, because Reisel was exposing Dio's criminal activities. Totally blind, Reisel continued his pressure on Dio. Dio was eventually convicted of labor racketeering, and he died in prison. Reisel died in his own bed.

Brutal mobster Johnny Dio was notorious for his control of the Meat Packing and…

Albert Gallo (nicknamed 'Kid Blast') outside of The Longshore Rest Room, a Restaurant that was a frequent hang out of Joe Gallo's gang.

Albert Gallo (nicknamed 'Kid Blast') outside of The Longshore Rest Room, a Restaurant that was a frequent hang out of Joe Gallo's gang.

Gangster Chic: Joey Gallo

Celebrated in the Bob Dylan ballad "Joey" , Crazy Joe Gallo was a charismatic beatnik gangster wh.

Harry "Pittsburgh Phil" Strauss on the train ride to sing sing. He threw his shoe at a photographer while Bugsy Goldstein hid behind a newspaper. From: Tough Jews: Fathers, Sons, and Gangster Dreams by Rich Cohen

Harry "Pittsburgh Phil" Strauss on the train ride to sing sing. He threw his shoe at a photographer while Bugsy Goldstein hid behind a newspaper. From: Tough Jews: Fathers, Sons, and Gangster Dreams by Rich Cohen

Longtime Capone enforcer and bodyguard 'Machine Gun' Jack McGurn is seen leaving a phone booth at an unidentified location in Chicago, ca.1920s.

Jack “Machine Gun” McGurn is seen leaving a phone booth in Chicago, ca McGurn, a longtime henchman of Al Capone’s Chicago operation, was assassinated by assailants wielding—what else—machine guns, in

Jacob "Gurrah" Shapiro and Albert "TickTock " Tannenbaum in a NYPD line-up.

Jacob "Gurrah" Shapiro and Albert "TickTock " Tannenbaum in a NYPD line-up.

Meyer Lansky walking dog

Miami Archives - Tracing the rich history of Miami, Miami Beach and the Florida Keys: The Meyer Lansky Scrapbook

La Cosa Nostra--JACK McGURN

This is machine gun jack McGurn and he suggested me to Al Capone because of my quick thinking and loyalty, I soon earned a promotion to be bodyguard for Al Capone.

Mobster Frank Costello enjoying a cigarette— he claims to have retired completely from the racket except for owning the Beverly Club outside New Orleans, 1949.

A bit late for the period but great imagery Mobster Frank Costello enjoying a cigarette— he claims to have retired completely from the racket except for owning the Beverly Club outside New Orleans,

Charlie

Anthony "Antonino" "Nino" Frank Gaggi (August 1925 – April was a captain in the New York Gambino crime family who supervised the infamous DeMeo crew, headed by Roy DeMeo. Gaggi is recogniseable by his distinctive orange tint sunglasses